"Because unless all men start cutting ties with their predatory friends and standing with survivors, until all men start shutting down even the tiniest hint of locker room talk, until all men start protecting all women, then all men are part of the problem." --Frankie ettinger, 11th grade
"This is just what has been done so far and not all of it has been completed yet. You can check out A few other executive orders as well as those to come in the future." -- Joaquin Montes de Oca, 8th Grade
"Schools have slowly started reopening, but a few important things to ensure they stay open, are masks and hand sanitizer, but one issue is vaccine testing on children."-- Daria oxley, 7th grade
“Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson and Johnson have started the rollout of their vaccinations, and teachers have started to get them in attempts for schools to start reopening.”
"Launched earlier in July 30, Perseverance is looking for signs of ancient life on Mars. Jezero Crater was a great place to land for this mission for a few reasons. It is suspected by scientists that rivers poured into the crater making a lake. Life might have lived here and the rock and soil samples might help prove this."-- Jif dillemuth, 8th grade
"Whether it's a big tower, or a small digital 20 question toy you bought at Walmart, computers have become a part of our daily lives, especially during quarantine with distance learning."
The pandemic, and 2020 in general, has been a time of struggle for most everyone. But somehow, even through the worst health disasters of this century and an unusual election, the results have still managed to impact women disproportionately with 2.5 million who have left the workforce since the start of the pandemic.
"Since the start of COVID-19, and especially as it grew deadlier, the asian american community was incorrectly blamed for starting the “COVID or pandemic.” Numerous Asian elders have been beaten to death or ended up in the hospital while walking outside" --Jayden BAasansuren, 7th grade
"Our galaxy's neighbor, Andromeda, lies 2.5 million light-years from Earth; however, our two galaxies (Andromeda and the Milky Way) have started to merge."